Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014
Mar 13th - Just a quick note for those of you on the lookout for Verizon's version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 -- the device is now available for sale. You'll be sent on your way with your new tablet after a $700 purchase, though you can knock $100 off that price after signing a two-year contract for a limited time only.
Sep 26th - Samsung has finally announced US availability details for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - 2014 Edition. You can expect it to launch October 10th, with Samsung beginning to accept pre-orders beginning at midnight tonight.
Sep 7th - After Paul Stamatiou (a designer at the Twitter) wrote his Android is Better blog-post, I was hoping to see more love from them for their app. Thankfully, they've responded.
Sep 4th - Who said Samsung was only coming to IFA with a smart watch and a Note 3? The company has also unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. This tablet, like the Note 3, will house different chipsets depending on which market you get it in. Some will get the 2.3GHz quad-core chipset (likely Qualcomm-based), […]
Jul 31st - those looking for something a little more authentic, @evleaks has come out of retirement once again to reveal some officially unofficial press renders of the phones before they're officially unveiled in a few more weeks. We're sure this is just the first of many, so let us know what you think.
Jul 31st - It's almost surreal to see OnePlus' marketing dollars go to work in the real world. The smartphone startup erected a few popup experience tents in major cities around the world letting fans or anyone curious experience the OnePlus 2 firsthand.
Jul 31st - With Sony’s mobile division up against the ropes, you’d think they’d dial back launching new devices every few weeks. The newly leaked 6-inch Sony Xperia C5 Ultra and 5-inch Sony Xperia M5 feature relatively modest specs on paper, but both have their standout features.
Jul 31st - We know about Samsung's plans to bring their contactless mobile payments to both the US and South Korea "this summer" (it's already begun testing in Korea), but Europe was sort of up in the air. Today, Samsung has announced that they've officially teamed up with MasterCard to bring the service to Europe.